Best thing you'll read on this so far from the best source:
The paragraph towards the end that starts "Somwhere in the back-and-forth shots lies an ugly truth..." expresses perfectly what I was thinking on the subway home tonight --what is the absolute crux of the matter, and seems so obvious to me. Was gonna post my thoughts on it, but he said it there in that paragraph exactly what I was thinking.....
I have the same question. But I don't think that Kesha's and Luke's success in music have anything to do with their integrity as human beings, that's the key. It's quite possible that Kesha is misguided and lacks better judgement just as Luke can be a destructive person.
Don't listen to what both lawyers are saying, it's all strategy, just look at facts here:
It's pretty odd that a mother writes a letter to her daughter's abuser demanding publishing rights, a contract release, naming a celebrity "friend" of her daughter as back up, and threatening to tell the "truth" about sexual abuse and making it "public" if
Luke doesn't comply. It sounds pretty much like extortion and it really reflects a lack of judgement from Pebe regardless of Luke's abuse being true or not.
It's going to be very very hard for Kesha's camp to prove some of the abuse they claim against Luke since it wasn't put out to light until many years after it allegedly happened. That's why I think that legally speaking, Luke's complaint being more straight to the point and precise could definitely help his cause.
We've yet to hear any facts coming from Kesha's side, just her lawyer mouthing off Luke and emotionally exploiting public opinion by citing things like the NFL domestic violence scandal and Chris Brown.